CEES sets the standards within the Gallogly College of Engineering by which all other schools are measured in terms of educational innovations, research productivity and technology transfer activities. As you explore the links to our faculty Web sites, research centers and innovative educational programs you will see that CEES offers truly exciting educational opportunities in architectural engineering, civil engineering, environmental engineering and environmental science. More importantly, I invite you to carefully consider the five main reasons students choose to pursue their education in CEES.
Civil Engineering Online
The OU Gallogly College is now offering an online M.S. in Civil Engineering, accessible from anywhere in the world. Learn more.
Faculty Position Available
Assistant Professor in Hydrology and Water Security
THE UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA (OU), Norman invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position to be appointed at the Assistant Professor level in the Hydrology and Water Security Initiative. It is being developed by the School of Civil Engineering and Environmental Science (cees.ou.edu), with co-leadership from Meteorology, Geography, and Social Sciences. This new position reflects the strong commitment of OU to expand the pioneering work of the HyDROS Center (hydro.ou.edu) and to leverage long-standing strengths and complement a richly diverse and innovative research and education portfolio in remote sensing hydrology and weather extremes at the world-renowned National Weather Center (nwc.ou.edu) and emerging strengths in environmental sustainability and coupled human-natural system resilience. Click here for more information (PDF).
An Overview of the Remediation of the Tar Creek Superfund Site
In an overview film produced by Filoteo Gómez Martínez, Dr. Robert Nairn explains the importance of cooperation and collaboration in the Tar Creek Superfund Site - a living laboratory for him and his students since the late 90s.
Laura Brunson Explains the Water Crisis at TEDxOU
Laura Brunson, Ph.D., Environmental Science 2014, presented her research on ways to improve access to safe drinking water.